When battery went dead I lost some electrical systems. It's not fuses. Could it on 2004 Toyota Corolla

be I need to reset computer. Can I do this myself?

by in Colville, WA on September 29, 2012
1 answer 4 comments
ANSWER by on September 29, 2012
I need to know what systems you lost and if the check engine light is on
COMMENT by on September 30, 2012
check engine light is not on. the systems I know that are not working are air conditioning, remote door locks, dome light, stereo system, trunk light. Others that I know are working are power windows, all head lights, blinkers,hazard flashers,wipers, cig. lighter.
COMMENT by on September 30, 2012
it sounds like you have some blown fuses or a power wire is bad somewhere
COMMENT by on October 01, 2012
It's not the fuses. I had them checked. Don't know anything about a "power wire". Could it be caused by the jump to the battery. I am trying to get my insurance company to do something about this because it was their road side assistance that could be the problem . There was a significant spark from somewhere when the guy first tried to hook up the "jump" device. The insurance company wants me to pay for a diagnostic test to determine what caused the problem. As the Toyota dealer said, the diagnostic test will only show what systems are out; not what caused them to go out.
COMMENT by on October 01, 2012
if the guy who hooked up the booster cables hooked them up backwards then he could have damaged the ecm I would have it scan tested

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